Stead Family Department of Pediatrics

Jane E. Brumbaugh, MD


Clinical Assistant Professor of Pediatrics  - Neonatology

Contact Information

Primary Office: 8800 JPP
Iowa City, IA 52242
Phone: 319-384-6231



BA, Spanish, University of Minnesota
BS, Biochemistry, University of Minnesota
MD, Medicine, University of Minnesota

Residency, Pediatrics, University of Minnesota
Fellowship, Neonatal-Perinatal Medicine, University of Minnesota

Licensure and Certifications

Iowa Medical License
Minnesota Medical License
Neonatal Resuscitation Program Instructor
American Board of Pediatrics
Neonatal Resuscitation Program Provider
Pediatric Advanced Life Support Provider

Research Summary

Moderate to late preterm birth
Cognitive development and educational otucomes following preterm birth, and event-related potentials as a functional imaging modality.

All Publications

Brumbaugh J, Conrad A, Lee J, DeVolder I, Zimmerman M, Magnotta V, Axelson E, Nopoulos P.  Altered brain function, structure, and developmental trajectory in children born late preterm..  Pediatric research.  2016 May 11. 

Boghossian N, McDonald S, Bell E, Carlo W, Brumbaugh J, Stoll B, Laptook A, Shankaran S, Walsh M, Das A, Higgins R.  Association of antenatal corticosteroids with mortality, morbidity, and neurodevelopmental outcomes in extremely preterm multiple gestation infants.  JAMA Pediatrics.  2016. 170(6):593–601.

Hodel A, Brumbaugh J, Morris A, Thomas K.  Hot executive function following moderate-to-late preterm birth: Altered delay discounting at 4 years of age.  Developmental Science.  2016. 19(2):221–234.

Boghossian N, Hansen N, Bell E, Brumbaugh J, Stoll B, Laptook A, Shankaran S, Wyckoff M, Colaizy T, Das A, Higgins R.  Outcomes of extremely preterm infants born to insulin- dependent diabetic mothers.  Pediatrics.  2016. 137(6).

Rysavy M, Li L, Bell E, Das A, Hintz S, Stoll B, Vohr B, Carlo W, Shankaran S, Walsh M, Tyson J, Cotten C, Smith P, Murray J, Colaizy T, Brumbaugh J, Higgins R.  Between-hospital variation in treatment and outcomes in extremely preterm infants.  N Engl J Med.  2015. 372(19):1801-11.

Brumbaugh J, Colaizy T, Nuangchamnong N, O'Brien E, Fleener D, Rijhsinghani A, Klein J.  Neonatal survival after prolonged preterm premature rupture of membranes before 24 weeks of gestation..  Obstetrics and gynecology.  2014 November 1. 124(5):992-8.

Shankaran S, Laptook A, Pappas A, McDonald S, Das A, Tyson J, Poindexter B, Schibler K, Bell E, Heyne R, Pedroza C, Bara R, Van Meurs K, Grisby C, Huitema C, Garg M, Ehrenkranz R, Shepherd E, Chalak L, Hamrick S, Khan A, Reynolds A, Laughon M, Truog W, Dysart K, Carlo W, Walsh M, Watterberg K, Higgins R.  Effect of depth and duration of cooling on deaths in the NICU among neonates with hypoxic ischemic encephalopathy: a randomized clinical trial.  Jama.  2014. 312(24):2629-39.

Brumbaugh J, Hodel A, Thomas K.  The impact of late preterm birth on executive function at preschool age.  Am J Perinatol.  2014. 31(4):305-314.

McCoy T, Conrad A, Richman L, Brumbaugh J, Magnotta V, Bell E, Nopoulos P.  The relationship between brain structure and cognition in transfused preterm children at school age.  Dev Neurophyschol.  2014. 39(3):226-232.

Sen P, Yang Y, Navarro C, Silva I, Szafranski P, Kolodziejska K, Brumbaugh J, Sugo E, Mowat D, Baker M, Langston C, Welty S, Stankiewicz P.  Novel FOXFI mutations in sporadic and familial cases of alveolar capillary dysplasia with misaligned pulmonary veins imply a role for its DNA binding domain.  Hum Mutat.  2013. 34(6):801-811.

Brumbaugh J, Gourley G.  Bilirubin and its various fractions.  McGraw-Hill.  2012. 

Brumbaugh J, Morgan S, Beck J, Zantek N, Bendel C, Roberts K.  Blueberry muffin rash, hyperbilirubinemia, and hypoglycemia: A case of hemolytic disease of the fetus and newborn due to anti-Kp(a).  J Perinatol..  2011. 31(5):373-376.

Barnhart S, Brumbaugh J, Smith J, Baker T, Fillbrandt K, Asplin B.  A Brief Telephone Intervention Fails to Improve Follow-up After Emergency Department Discharge.  Acad Emerg Med.  2002. 9(5):509.

Chung W, Magid D, Maciosek M, Brumbaugh J, Colwell C, Bass R, Myers L, Frascone R, Friedman F, Tiffany B, Asplin B.  Emergencies Passing By: A National Study of Ambulance Diversion Trends.  Ann Emerg Med.  2002. 40(4):A336.

Hodel A, Brumbaugh J, Morris A, Thomas K.  Hot executive function following moderate-to-late preterm birth: altered delay discounting at four years of age. 

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